From 12PM to 1PM on Wednesday, May 28th, join the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) and project consultants with URS Corporation for the second and final webinar on the Central Oklahoma Commuter Corridors Study.
The May 28th webinar will explain how input from the public and the Regional Transit Dialogue Steering Committee has driven more detailed analyses of alignment and mode choice. Additionally, potential costs and technical feasibility has been assessed for each of the three corridors. Project consultants will seek input from registrants regarding locally-preferred alternatives and transit mode to assist in developing final recommendations.
Registration is required but the webinar is free and open to all.
The Central Oklahoma Commuter Corridors Study considers various routes and modes of public transportation for moving people throughout Central Oklahoma, focusing on three specific corridors all overlapping in downtown Oklahoma City at the Santa Fe Intermodal Hub.
The North corridor extends 14 miles between Edmond and downtown Oklahoma City, the East corridor extends 10 miles from downtown Oklahoma City through Del City to Midwest City and Tinker Air Force Base and the South corridor extends 17 miles from downtown Oklahoma City through Moore to Norman and the University of Oklahoma. The study does examine funding options for a regional transit system but there is presently no current revenue source available for a build-out of any alignment or mode recommendation.